It's hard to think of anything yummier or more comforting than an Oreo.
For many of us, they bring up fond memories of childhood. Maybe you were that kid who wolfed them down, one after another. Maybe you were inclined to dunk each one in a big ol' glass of milk. Or maybe you were the kind of kiddo who would pull each half of the cookie sandwich apart, slowly devour the creamy center, and then munch away at the chocolatey cookie goodness.
Whatever your method of Oreo consumption, these classic cookies hold a special place in our hearts. And we certainly don't have to leave Oreos behind in childhood. There are tons of delicious ways to enjoy them and bake with them as adults.
Yes, deep-fried Oreos are a thing. It feels like the ultimate American junky but delicious food creation—and the ultimate indulgence. It's a favorite for fair season, but since fairs aren't likely to be much of a thing for the time being, we might as well make them at home!
The good news is that deep-fried Oreos are fairly easy to recreate in our own kitchens. In addition to Oreo cookies, all you need is pancake mix, vegetable oil, water, and powdered sugar for dusting. And it goes without saying that they do require a bit of deep-frying, so do be careful with all that hot oil!
Have fair snacks in the comfort of your own home with some deep-fried Oreos.
An Oreo milkshake is a downright irresistible treat. And, assuming you've got a blender around the house, they're ridiculously easy to make.
The recipe requires only Oreos, milk, vanilla ice cream, and vanilla extract. Add a little whipped cream on top, if you're really looking to indulge. Who needs a diner or drive-thru when you can just whip one up yourself?
This is the perfect Oreo treat for those soon-to-arrive spring and summer days.
This is the kind of melt-in-your-mouth dessert that will satisfy all of your Oreo cravings. Oreo truffles are pretty damn easy to make, don't take long, and just require a little refrigerating before enjoying.
All they require are Oreo cookies, dark chocolate melting wafers, white chocolate melting wafers, and cream cheese. Yes, that's right, cream cheese. As if Oreos coated in chocolate weren't already delicious-sounding enough, you add in all that creamy, salty goodness of cream cheese—and voila, the perfect Oreo truffles.
There are also tons of ways to adapt, alter, and spice up this recipe. So experiment, get wild, and come up with your own version of Oreo truffles.
If you're wanting something a little more complicated—and sure to be a crowd-pleaser—try out cookies and cream chocolate doughnuts. They're a match made in heaven and will bring up all those fond memories associated with both Oreos and with doughnuts.
Though a little more involved than some other Oreo recipes, they're still relatively easy to tackle—and shouldn't take more than an hour. For the doughnuts themselves, you'll need all-purpose flour, cocoa powder (preferably Dutch-process), light brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, eggs, milk, vanilla extract, white vinegar, and butter. For the icing on top, you'll need powdered sugar, milk, vanilla extract, and Oreo cookies.
This particular recipe doesn't require any deep-frying, so you can avoid that tricky part of the usual donut-making process.
Try out this scrumptious Oreo donut recipe—and we can guarantee you'll impress the lucky folks in your household.
Oreos? Yes, please. Cream cheese? Ummm, yes. No-bake? Heck yes!
This easy no-bake Oreo cheesecake Oola recipe is the perfect marriage of all the things we love in a dessert.
It's super quick and simple to put together—though it does need a few hours in the fridge, like any good cheesecake. Ingredients needed are Oreo cookies, butter, heavy whipping cream, cream cheese, and powdered sugar. It's got an Oreo crust (because the more Oreos the better, of course), and you are encouraged to garnish it with more Oreo cookies and a dollop of whipped cream.
This one's a go-back-for-seconds kind of dessert.
Did someone say Oreo crepes? Mais oui!
If you'd like to French up your Oreos—or just need an excuse to have them for breakfast—we've got just the thing.
It's as easy as whipping up some classic French crepes and adding a whole lot of creamy, crunchy Oreo cookie filling. The recipe calls for flour, milk, eggs, olive oil spray, icing sugar, and Oreo cookies.
Is it dessert? Is it breakfast? We don't really know—and, frankly, we don't really care.
Speaking of France, who doesn't love a mousse?
Oreo mousse is easier to make than you might think—and it doesn't require too many ingredients. Just pick up some Oreo cookies, milk, butter, heavy cream, semisweet chocolate, and whipped cream.
Throw it together in 30 minutes or less, grab a spoon, and dig in!
Cupcakes are simply the greatest. There's nothin' like 'em for a little extra joy mixed in with our dessert.
Death by Oreo cupcakes add even more fun and deliciousness on top of an already tasty food item. They're not too tricky to create. The ingredients are regular-sized Oreo cookies, mini Oreo cookies, chocolate cake mix (or make your own mix), cream cheese, butter, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract. They take 30 minutes or less of prep, and about 20 minutes to bake.
What's fantastic is that these cupcakes are not only garnished with Oreo cookies, but they're also packed full of them. You'll get Oreo in each and every bite, so they're sure to take care of those cookie cravings. We dare you to eat just one!